2018 Fall TEN Magazine

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Rapidly rising: Business ownership surging for black women as challenges remain

A Kansas City Fed report shows business ownership by black women is by far the fastest-growing segment of American...

Kansas City Fed history: In 1921, massive vault delivery required massive effort

In 1921, during the final weeks of construction on the Bank's original headquarters at 925 Grand, work paused for the delivery...

Business turnover: Exploring widening divide between large, small urban areas

Vibrant economies, innovation and productivity are found where businessturnover rates are higher, but business turnover has...

Kansas City Fed symposium focuses on the global impact of agriculture

The implications of agriculture’s global connectedness for the years ahead were explored July 17-18 at the Federal Reserve...

Around the region


Kansas City Fed bank examiner receives prestigious award

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City announced that bank examiner Mike Thomas was named a recipient of the William Taylor Award for Excellence in Bank Supervision...


Denver Branch unveils revamped Money Museum

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Denver Branch Money Museum recently welcomed visitors to its newly remodeled spaces and exhibits.


Kansas City Fed hosts Girls in Tech event

Girls in Tech event sparks coding inspiration for middle, high-school students


Additional Content


Federal Reserve holds forum on minorities in banking

Dialogue about increasing diversity and developing leadership within the banking industry was the focal point of a forum in September.


President's Message: Ensuring payments keep pace with technology

Technology is changing the way we do business and how people conduct transactions.


Jackson Hole symposium addresses shifts in market structure

For the past four decades, the Kansas City Fed’s Economic Policy Symposium has provided a forum for central bankers, economists and policymakers.